Summer is in full swing however tropical thunderstorms and sweltering heat have not slowed the national real estate movement of homebuyers migrating from Urban to Suburban living. Incredibly, the market has also seen an uptick in city-dwelling, and downtown Boston is thriving. Exceptional homes are also flying off the market due to their proximity to office spaces as people are starting to commute again and reconnect with each other in person.
As a teenager, Ryan Glass was hooked on the “Million Dollar Listing” TV show. In college, he answered phones for a Boston real estate firm; he earned his real estate license at 19 and sold his first house at 20. He nailed his first million-dollar listing at 26. Yet one of the proudest moments of his life was in 5th grade, watching his dad graduate from nursing school.
Ryan Glass sold real estate part-time for more than six years before jumping in full-time, but since then, his career has taken off. His methodical, targeted prospecting combined with his admitted fear of failure and attention to detail has propelled him to where he is now, listing properties that many agents spend careers trying to get. This year, Glass was selected to join Realtor Magazine’s prestigious “30 Under 30” and is currently featured on the cover of that magazine.
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